Diana Hagues is a Hong Kong-born British photographer based in Cambridge, UK. She took a keen interest in photography from watching her dad shoot film photography and the camera would never be far behind on their travels. Her passion for documentary photography grew from the family photos taken of their everyday life at home that she was able to share with her wider relatives back in Hong Kong.
Named by Clickinmoms as one of the ‘Top 100 Female Photographers to watch’, Diana has won numerous international and national awards, including Portrait of Britain 2020.
She is one of the co-founders of Made for Documentary, an organisation that promotes and sets the standard for documentary family photography, bringing expertise and training for photographers interested in developing their skills and understanding of this genre in the UK and beyond.